Bikesharing in Europe, the Americas, and Asia

@article{Shaheen2010BikesharingIE,
  title={Bikesharing in Europe, the Americas, and Asia},
  author={Susan A. Shaheen and Stacey Guzman and Hua Zhang},
  journal={Transportation Research Record},
  year={2010},
  volume={2143},
  pages={159 - 167}
}
Growing concerns about global motorization and climate change have led to increasing interest in sustainable transportation alternatives such as bikesharing (the shared use of a bicycle fleet). Since 1965, bikesharing has grown across the globe on five continents: Europe, North America, South America, Asia, and Australia. Today, approximately 100 bikesharing programs are operating in an estimated 125 cities, with more than 139,300 bicycles. Bikesharing's evolution is categorized into three… Expand

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